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AMF, was established in 1975 to undertake manufacturing of a primary flying trainer aircraft under license from SAAB SCANIA of Sweden. The aircraft was named Mushshak, (meaning proficient) and was produced from the kits provided by SAAB. After successfully producing 92 Mushshak aircraft, AMF acquired the status of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) in 1981.

With in 30 years of its establishment, AMF has produced more than 300 Mushshak aircraft which are successfully flying not only in Pakistan but also in foreign countries such as Saudi Arabia, Oman, and South Africa. The Mushshak not only meets the requisites of international aviation standards but also conforms to Pakistan and South African civil aviation standards and that is why it is the front line aviation product of Pakistan. During the course of manufacturing, AMF, in order to improve the design and performance produced an upgraded version of aircraft in shape of Super Mushshak.

Equipped with Lycoming 260 HP engine, advanced avionics package, Garmin and Dynon Glass cockpit and side by side seating for instructor and student pilot, Super Mushshak forms an ideal platform for a variety of roles. Short takeoff and landing distance, higher g load bracket, excellent stall and spin recovery, enhanced structural life of 9500 hrs and above all excellent after sales spare and structural repair support are some of the key features rendering super Mushshak aircraft to be far superior then its contemporary primary trainer aircraft of same class.

The aviation industry in Pakistan has experienced a tremendous growth in the last 30 years. AMF's stature as aircraft manufacturer grew manifold with successive capability achievement to manufacture Jet aircraft trainer K-8 in late 80s, unmanned aerial Vehicle FALCO in 2008 and the modern Jet fighter aircraft, named JF-17 Thunder. Today, AMF has the capability of manufacturing structural parts and aero-structure assemblies such as the Horizontal Stabilizer, Elevator, Vertical Stabilizer, Rudder and Front Fuselage of K-8 aircraft.

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